It is possible to use herbicide or organic weed killer to kill unwanted plant growth in organic gardens without introducing any dangerous chemicals into your backyard. There are a growing number of people that will look specifically for organic weed killer even if their garden is not 100% organic.
If you are looking for weed killer for a vegetable garden, it is a reasonable assumption that very few people, if any, will want to spray a lot of unknown chemicals onto plants that you are growing for food.
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Even if you do not have a vegetable garden, organic weed killer will generally be safer for pets. In all cases, if you are using weed killer you must check the labels to understand what is in the ingredients.
The word 'organic' has two different meanings.
One is any substance that is carbon-based, which includes almost all weed killers.
The other meaning of organic relates to a product that can be used on land that has been certified for organic food production.
This latter meaning is what we generally use when we refer to an organic weed killer, but unfortunately, there are not as many of these products available. So if you do decide to buy a commercial weed killer, make sure you check that it can be used on organic land.
Herbicide (which just means 'plant killer') is available in two types.
There are some types that only kill certain plants. These are referred to as selective herbicides. For example, a generic leaf weed killer will kill dandelion, clover, and other similar types of weeds in a lawn without causing any harm to the grass.
The other types of herbicides are referred to as non-selective herbicides, as they kill all plants. It would be very unusual to use these in a garden but they may be useful to clear weeds from areas where you do not want anything to grow at all, such as a gravel area or driveway.
Non-selective chemical weed killers that kill everything can be very dangerous to use in a garden as they can easily be spread into other areas by rain and stop anything from growing in your garden at all.